'The Statue of Liberty'

Ken Burns' one-hour, not-to-be-missed 1985 gem unravels the statue's fascinating history--for example, she was based on a design for a statue that sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi had hoped would grace the entrance to the Suez Canal--along with irresistible archival material and comments from important figures in arts and letters, many of them emigres (KCET Saturday at 6:30 p.m.).

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